Open Eye Gallery | Liverpool
The Open Eye Gallery is an exhibition centre dedicated to photography and located on Liverpool’s dock, approximately midway between the Tate Liverpool and the Museum of Liverpool. The gallery was founded in the 1970s to promote the works of emerging photographers and is the most important centre exclusively focused on photography in North West England.
On two floors, the Open Eye Gallery offers three different spaces, designed by RCKa architects. The Gallery One is a full height space and is also the main entrance area; the Gallery Three space houses small scale exhibitions displaying works from from the Gallery’s photographic archive; the Gallery Two is a space open to the city which accommodates conferences, seminars and special events.
Photo courtesy of RCKa architects
The project for the Open Eye Gallery In Liverpool by the London practice RCKa is really interesting for its use of architecture as …
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